Publication: New Era

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Enhanced banking solution by Namibian biometric systems

The last article focused on biometric solution for online banking, new biometric Automated Teller Machines (ATMs).This article focuses on the limitations of online banking as it does not cater for offline banking services, which are essential for good ... [Published New Era - 14 hours ago]
First reported 14 hours ago - Updated 4 hours ago - 1 reports

Unemployment becomes Industry for the youth

WINDHOEK -To the unemployed Namibian youth, unemployment has also become an industry which not everyone will understand, until they are unemployed.Life in the unemployment industry recording the experiences of unemployed youths in Namibia in their own ... [Published New Era - 14 hours ago]
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Purpose of the great minds

Some have wishes, others cant live without something, others are lost in the world somewhere far from home,  others have given up on something, others are stuck somewhere, others have moved on, but great minds have purpose.We all have to accept reality, ... [Published New Era - 14 hours ago]
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Fostering an Entrepreneurial Spirit….What does Corporate Social Responsibility mean to you?

IN 1970 at the Club of Rome a group of scholars, thinkers and executives took on the task of laying a future for industrial growth. During these networking sessions they launched the concept of “sustainability development”.In 1992 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, ... [Published New Era - 14 hours ago]
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Electronic transactions boost FNB footprint

WINDHOEK – First National Bank (FNB) Holdings Namibia has perfected the art of offering banking transactions from the bush, and its customers have taken to the idea like wildfire – literally – as is evident in the just released financial statements for ... [Published New Era - 14 hours ago]
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Popya with Cellestinus Muronga

Cellestinus Muronga is a young innovative man, who is business minded and dreams about helping others when he one day gets to the top.Well known as Celle, the 27-years-old was born in Rundu and   matriculated at the Senior Secondary School in Rundu after ... [Published New Era - 14 hours ago]
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Youths ponder conscious citizenship

WINDHOEK- Namibian youths have potential but such is being held back by their inability to voice their opinions due to little self-belief and fear of scrutiny.This observation emerged at gathering attended by over 100 people including the youth at the ... [Published New Era - 14 hours ago]
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Eenhana youths clubs hold open day

EENHANA – Many youths here have welcomed the open day here last Thursday which was meant to reactivate the various youth clubs in the Ohangwena region.The open day was hosted by the at the Eenhana Multi-Purpose Centre in cooperation with the German international ... [Published New Era - 14 hours ago]
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Petrus Haufiku three times best learner

EENHANA – Petrus Haufiku, a Grade 10 learner has been  awarded as the most outstanding and best learner of all Grade 10 learners having scored 40 points.Haufiku who is a prefect at the Oshikunde Combined School also received   the best prize for scoring ... [Published New Era - 14 hours ago]
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BizzKids ten finalists announced

WINDHOEK- Bank Windhoek has announced the BizzKids top ten finalists for 2014 in which 22 learners will be participating in this competition.They are Chiara Nikita Witt (10), Sean Jansen van Rensburg (10) and Megan Jansen van Rensburg (12) trading as ... [Published New Era - 14 hours ago]
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Bodies held in mortuary over Ebola fears

… Deadly virus tests confirmed negativeOKONGO – A number of dead bodies are held at the police mortuary in Okongo, Ohangwena Region, after initial fears that one of the deceased – an Angolan national – could have died from the deadly Ebola virus.The body ... [Published New Era - 15 hours ago]
First reported Sep 16 2014 - Updated Sep 16 2014 - 2 reports

EU avails N$1.8 million to support rangeland, marketing development

WEST NEST LODGE – The Rangeland and Marketing Development Support Project has been announced here at the 18 th Namibian Rangeland Forum.The lead applicant of this European Union (EU) funded project of some N$1.8 million is Meatco Foundation and the Co-applicant ... [Published New Era - Sep 16 2014]

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Fostering an Entrepreneurial Spirit….What does ... [Published New Era - 14 hours ago]
Youths ponder conscious citizenship [Published New Era - 14 hours ago]
Enhanced banking solution by Namibian biometric... [Published New Era - 14 hours ago]
Popya with Cellestinus Muronga [Published New Era - 14 hours ago]
Purpose of the great minds [Published New Era - 14 hours ago]
BizzKids ten finalists announced [Published New Era - 14 hours ago]
Unemployment becomes Industry for the youth [Published New Era - 14 hours ago]
Petrus Haufiku three times best learner [Published New Era - 14 hours ago]
Eenhana youths clubs hold open day [Published New Era - 14 hours ago]
Bodies held in mortuary over Ebola fears [Published New Era - 15 hours ago]
N$11 million donation each to Gaza and Ebola hi... [Published New Era - 15 hours ago]
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